Jerry Bruckheimer, Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis and Tony Scott
Things must have become pretty bad for director Tony Scott, for him to jump to his death in Los Angeles on Saturday, August 19, 2012 at 12:30PM, in front of horrified onlookers. It was initially reported Scott was suffering from brain cancer, but his family have dismissed the claim as a lie. A subsequent autopsy and official look into his medical records by authorities can confirm the state of his health prior to death.
Tom Cruise in "Top Gun"
Scott left a suicide note in his car and at his Beverly Hills office that police have since recovered. Scott's alleged suicide was a regrettable decision and authorities are attempting to piece together what led to his demise. He leaves behind a wife, actress Donna Wilson and 10-year-old twins, Max and Frank. His brother is director Ridley Scott.
"Enemy of the State"
Scott became famous in the 1980s for the films "Beverly Hills Cop II" "Top Gun" "Days Of Thunder" and of course, a film the Judiciary Report has written about a few times before due to Hollywood's dirty practices in spying on people in the 1990s flick "Enemy Of The State" (Anthony Pellicano, News Corp phone hacking scandal). Hollywood is such a sick and terrible place.
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